Ben Quinn


Jerusalem Quartet Draws Discordant Note in Britain

By Ben Quinn

Jerusalem Quartet Draws Discordant Note in Britain
When well-organized hecklers disrupted a recent London performance by the Jerusalem Quartet, the protest resonated far beyond Wigmore Hall, the city’s famous and much loved lunchtime place of pilgrimage for music lovers seeking a break from the hubbub of central London.Read More


Red Devils

By Ben Quinn

Red Devils
One morning in November 1969, a homemade bomb was discovered inside a Berlin Jewish community center, only a day after the center hosted a commemoration of the 1938 Kristallnacht pogroms.Read More


On the London Stage, New Depiction Of Fagin Revives an Old Stereotype

By Ben Quinn

He is one of the most infamous antisemitic caricatures of all time, a devious hook-nosed villain rivaled in stereotypical notoriety by only Shakespeare’s Shylock.Read More



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